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Help Us Sponsor a Teacher!

The average teacher in Uganda is among the lowest paid of professions. In the main city of Kampala where there are better-funded schools, teachers can make $127 per month or $1,533 per year. In most of the country and outside of the main city, including our 2 schools, where teachers can make as little $41 […]

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Happy International Women’s Day!!

The Giving Circle is blessed by the many women, from all over the world, who share hearts, minds, and energy to advance our many projects. So, by way of acknowledging that, let’s all celebrate International Women’s Day. And, in a shameless theft from the 1970s, we’ll quote Helen Reddy’s song, I Am Woman: I am […]

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Thanks and Adieu to The Rices

On Saturday, we said goodbye to Joyce Rice and her son Liam, a real future leader of The Giving Circle. It was wonderful watching mother and son as they enjoyed the pearl of Africa (Uganda), its villagers, and children. It is a great blessing that both are part of The Giving Circle, an ever expanding […]

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Joyful Images From Busoga

On a lighter note, we have pictures of many of our beautiful Busoga children. The footage shows our kids drumming and singing with joy. The happiness extends into a deaf class. As you can see, so many of our deaf and disabled children are now in hearing class and performing very well. What could be […]

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The Rices Have Arrived!!

Monday offered a busy day. We provided Joyce Rice a tour of our projects. These included the New Koi Koi House and Kagoma Gate. Plus we showed off some our agricultural initiatives, particularly our chicken and pig farming.

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Sankofa Africa Organization Chooses TGC for Contributions

Leo & Kelly attended the Sankofa Africa Organization Gala at SUNY Albany. They’ve chosen this year to include The Giving Circle as one the charities to which they donate!!

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